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    Biologically speaking, fertilization (or conception) is the beginning of human development. Fertilization normally occurs within several hours of ovulation (some authors report up to 24 hours) when a man’s sperm combines with a woman’s egg inside a woman’s uterine tube.
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    Fertilization begins with the spermatozoon contacting the cells surrounding the oocyte [egg] and ends with the mixing of the 23 male and 23 female chromosomes. The result is a single-cell embryo called a zygote, meaning “yoked or joined together,” and it is the first cell of the human body.

    The zygote, like the oocyte, is encased by its protective covering, the zona pellucida and contains 46 unique chromosomes with the entire genetic blueprint of a new individual. Chromosomes contain tightly packed, tightly coiled molecules called DNA. Amazingly, DNA contains all the instructions needed for this single-cell embryo to develop into an adult.Biologically speaking, fertilization (or conception) is the beginning of human development. Fertilization normally occurs within several hours of ovulation (some authors report up to 24 hours) when a man’s sperm combines with a woman’s egg inside a woman’s uterine tube.

    Fertilization begins with the spermatozoon contacting the cells surrounding the oocyte [egg] and ends with the mixing of the 23 male and 23 female chromosomes. The result is a single-cell embryo called a zygote, meaning “yoked or joined together,” and it is the first cell of the human body.

    The zygote, like the oocyte, is encased by its protective covering, the zona pellucida and contains 46 unique chromosomes with the entire genetic blueprint of a new individual. Chromosomes contain tightly packed, tightly coiled molecules called DNA. Amazingly, DNA contains all the instructions needed for this single-cell embryo to develop into an adult.

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    9 Months In The Womb: A Remarkable Look At Fetal Development Through Ultrasound

    From conception to birth, take a unique look at fetal transformation during nine months in the womb. Created by Ultrasound Dimensions












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